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The Pilgrims’ Real Thanksgiving Lesson

The Pilgrims’ Real Thanksgiving Lesson
November 25, 2004
Benjamin Powell
Charlotte Observer, The San Diego Union-Tribune

LP Monday Message: 6 Ballot Access Questions

Dear Friend of Liberty,

You can find answers to the following six questions below (originally posted on our Ballot Access Fund page).

Three D.C. Libertarians heading for ballot

Bruce Majors
Bruce Majors,
D.C. Libertarian Party
Candidate for Mayor

Frederick Steiner

Ballot fund update & Lucas Overby

Dear Friend of Liberty,

Last Friday I asked for your help in raising $45,000 in 45 days.

We're off to a slow start, but I'd like to thank the 46 donors who contributed a total of $2,821.

Please contribute today. $100 would make a big difference, but you can donate as little as $5. Every bit helps.

Separately, I'm pleased to announce that, with some help from us, Lucas Overby raised enough to pay the filing fee to run in the special election for U.S. Congress in Florida.

LP Monday Message: Rise of Libertarians? Overby

Dear Friend of Liberty,

Lucas Overby
Lucas Overby,
LP Florida
Candidate for U.S. Congress

I'm encouraged by the enthusiasm I'm seeing around the country.

Need your help

Dear Friend of Liberty,

I need your help for some upcoming ballot access battles.

I want you to help me raise $45,000 for this online in 45 days.

Please donate today.

2013 election results now available

Libertarians were elected in Connecticut, Georgia, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania to city councils and school boards, as mayor, and to other local offices on Nov. 5.

A total of 11 Libertarians were elected, three of whom were reelected.

Results for all 2013 electoral races including a Libertarian Party candidate are now available on our website. Click here to see a full table of vote totals and percentages for LP candidates and their opponents.

63% of libertarians believe marijuana prohibition will be over within 10 years

Libertarian Party calls for marijuana legalizationOf the 3,930 poll-takers who visited between Oct. 29 and Nov. 13, 63 percent believe that marijuana prohibition in the United States will be history within 10 years.

34 percent of those surveyed believe it will end within five years, including the 11 percent of respondents who believe it will be over within two years.


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